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Pulley for sure!
Did your chick develops it at 12 weeks? I have a 11 week old cockerel that all of a sudden started doing this exact thing today!
Agree with above! Moving causing stress itself plus short days. My new layers this year took over a month to start laying after getting them. That...
Black and blue are the largest Orpington breeds. And they are rare here in America. Australoros also have white and pink bottoms if their feet.
It’s hard but I don’t think she looks fluffy enough to be an Orpington. They are a super fluffy densely feathered bird.
My guess would be australorp! My girls look just like her down to her grey feet
The black one looks like a black australorp no clue on the roo but he is so pretty! And the other maby a lavender Orpington??? Or a mix it’s hard...
I do agree with above in that. If I couldn’t do it in my garage fully away from the flock, I would just call it integration not quarantine.
I think they are all pullets. None strike me as cockerels.
Can you give them a dog house/ make shift shelter in the run? We have just thrown together a rough box with shavings in the bottom.
The op stated they were bought chicks. No hen to raise them. That’s why they are using a brooder.
You must use a brooder if you don’t have a mama. They need heat and protection at this age.
Actually I should specify I have an EE that looks just like this. They sometimes sell them mislabeled.
That looks like an Americana to me. I have one that looks like that!
Production red, Isa browns do not have black in their tails.
Yes that is right. A chicken creates its own warmth and traps it underneath it’s feathers. Size of coop has nothing to do with it.
Actually you don’t want that warm air near them. I know it sounds counter productive but the warm air has moisture and moisture is dangerous for...
The olive and grey egg came from my olive egger.
We have 88 chickens made up of these breeds
Black australorp, speckled Sussex, Colombian Wyandotte, silver laced Wyandotte, golden laced...